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Sewing the Sky

Day 202

THE SUN GLOWED like an ignited pearl on a wrinkle-free blue satin blouse. Azana smiled up at the sky, setting down her needle work. 129 more words

Adbat Writes

Last Little Piggy Goes to Market: NaPoWriMo 2016, Day 21


Last Little Piggy Goes To Market

I am the littlest piggy, and when I commenced to roam,
why did I cry “Wee wee wee” all the long way home? 353 more words

Humorous Poetry

The Danger of Believing in Fairy Tales: a Spoken Word Poem

I This poem was written for and performed at the Juke Open Mic night in Little Man Coffee, Cardiff on 19th April 2016.

Some of the wording is applicable only to the event as I was writing with it in mind – the theme being ‘Fairy Tales and Myths.’ The event itself was great and I felt really inspired and encouraged by the snapping and the whooping!  18 more words


Fairy Tale Friday: The Fir-Tree 

Andersen’s Fairy Tales

by H. C. Andersen

This was an old Christmas present from my mom that I re-found at the beginning of the year. It’s a lovely old book, probably from a used book store. 1,295 more words


The Fairy and The Prince

There was once a kingdom that stood at the very center of the world. It was a sight to behold, its people bright and happy and its king and queen ruled with grace and justice. 1,866 more words


Fairy Tale Friday: The Three Spindles

The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales

Franz Xaver von Schönwerth

pg. 107-8

Ah, this one had an interesting plot.

A farmer’s daughter is kicked out of her home (it doesn’t say why) and rescues a “wood sprite” from “the devil’s hunters, hoards of demons that rode in the winter storms” (107). 206 more words


Fairy Tale Friday: Prince Dung Beetle

The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales

Franz Xaver von Schönwerth

pg. 102-3

ATU 444* Enchanted Prince Disenchanted (so my book tells)

similarities to: … 186 more words